1.Write a scene showing a man and a woman arguing over the man's friendship with a former girlfriend. Do not mention the girlfriend, the man, the woman, or the argument.
The debris covered the living room with a scattering of pottery, broken beyond repair, mirrored glass, reflecting the shards haphazardly and a spattering of blood, spilled by the unwary. It was as if the temperature had dropped to below zero, in the room, emotions hanging frostily from the drapes, like stalactites stabbing downwards. The cat, cowering under the couch adamantly refused to even show a pawtip beyond what it deemed as the safe distance from exposure from the anger unleashed within that small room. The tryptich that had sat on the mantle would never be the same again, mangled beyond recognition, the photos within torn from their mountings and shredded until the subjects were past recognition beyond a flash of skintone here, or a floral dress there, the happy beach scene reduced to its component parts. The engagement ring had riccocheted past the fireplace and currently sat, sharing couchspace with the terrified feline, holes in the setting demonstrating the force of the initial throw, the scattered diamonds glittering in the flickering firelight.
It's been a while since I wrote anything =P Do I portray it enough, and yet not enough? Run on sentencing for the win =P